Prentice Hall’s Federal Taxation 2013: Corporations – Exam and Quizzes
Prentice Hall’s Federal Taxation 2013: Corporations, (Pope/Anderson/Kramer)
Chapter 1 Tax Research
Chapter 2 Corporate Formations and Capital Structure
Chapter 3 The Corporate Income Tax
Chapter 4 Corporate Nonliquidating Distributions
Chapter 5 Other Corporate Tax Levies
Chapter 6 Corporate Liquidating Distributions
Chapter 7 Corporate Acquisitions and Reorganizations
Chapter 8 Consolidated Tax Returns
Chapter 9 Partnership Formation and Operation
Chapter 10 Special Partnership Issues
Chapter 11 S Corporations
Chapter 12 The Gift Tax
Chapter 13 The Estate Tax
Chapter 14 Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates
Chapter 15 Administrative Procedures
Chapter 16 U.S. Taxation of Foreign-Related Transactions
1) Tax planning is not an integral part of open-fact situations.
2) The Internal Revenue Code of 1986 contains the current version of the tax law.
3) Regulations issued prior to the latest tax legislation dealing with a specific Code section are still effective to the extent they do not conflict with the provisions in the new legislation.
4) Final regulations have almost the same legislative weight as the IRC.
5) A revenue ruling is issued by the Internal Revenue Service only in response to a verbal inquiry by a taxpayer.
6) Taxpayers must pay the disputed tax prior to filing a case with the Tax Court.
7) Appeals from the U.S. Tax Court are to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
8) Appeals from the Court of Appeals go to the Supreme Court under a writ of certiorari. The Supreme Court decides whether or not they will hear the case.
9) A citator enables tax researchers to locate authorities (e.g., cases and IRS pronouncements) that have cited a particular case.
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